Ballybough

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 Both Patrick  Cullen and Sarah Ryan were told by the Department of Social Protection last December they were not entitled to an exceptional needs payment  because their need was not exceptional and “not unforeseen”.

An elderly man has challenged a refusal to pay him an exceptional needs payment for winter clothing. Patrick Cullen (83), of Ballybough Court, Ballyb(...)

Members of the High Hope’s Choir gathered in Windmill Lane studio. Pictured are members of the choir including Shay Healy, Don Baker and Glenn Baker. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Artists including Christy Dignam of Aslan, Shay Healy, Frances Black, Don Baker and the High Hopes Choir have come together to record a charity single(...)

Nine out of 10 people in the Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown area reported their health as being good or very good, the highest in the State, according to the CSO. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

There is a significant difference in people’s view of their health depending on where they live, according to latest figures from Census 2016. Nine o(...)

Jury will be asked to use circumstantial evidence to decide if the accused man murdered two Dublin criminals, who were “assassinated” in a car they had stolen.

The jury in a double murder trial will be asked to use circumstantial evidence to decide if the accused man murdered two Dublin criminals, who were “a(...)

Shanna Lee Curtis (6), Harlow Wheelan (8) and Layla Byrne (5) enjoy themselves during the Playful Street event held on Sherrif Street, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

On a Wednesday in September, Sheriff Street is closed to traffic and festooned with colourful bunting. There are hopscotch squares chalked on the grou(...)

Trees lining the roadway at Fairview park, which were earmarked for felling by Dublin City Council to make way for a cycle path. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

A campaign to save trees in Dublin’s Fairview Park has claimed victory after efforts, bolstered by 15,000 local signatures, appear to have paid off, o(...)

Dublin’s Hebrew graveyard on Fairview Strand was recently handed over to the care of Dublin City Council. Photograph: Enda O’Dowd

A small stone plaque above the door of an unassuming house on Fairview Strand in Dublin proclaims it was built in the year 5618. While this pebble-da(...)

Trinity graduates   Shane O’Connell, Carol Deans and Mansur Alam. It was “tough, tough – boot camp for the brain”, but “definitely worth it”, says Ms Deans. Photograph:  Paul Sharp/Sharppix

Among 38 graduates from the Trinity Access Programme (TAP) in Dublin on Friday was a Burmese refugee and an inner-city grandmother. TAP encourages pe(...)

 Mairtin Manning (wearing blue) was one of two men who were    brought before an out-of-hours sitting of the Special Criminal Court on Sunday evening. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

Two men have been charged before the Special Criminal Court following the discovery of explosives in Dublin over the weekend. Mairtin Manning and Dec(...)

Explosive devices were discovered when gardaí stopped and searched a vehicle in Ballybough, Dublin, at about 6pm.

A period of detention for two men being questioned by gardaí over the discovery of explosives in Dublin has been extended. A third man who was arres(...)

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